Camp

The five day intensive Daughters of Chaos Deleuze Studies 2015 Camp will be held between 22nd – 26th June 2015, and will take place in the Stockholm archipelago on the island of Utö.

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Confirmed seminar and workshop guides: Mindy Blaise; Marc Boumeester; Gary Genosko, Anna Hickey Moody; Adrian Parr; Julieanna Preston; Andrej Radman; Daniel W. Smith.

Utö Vardhus Accommodation Bookings – cite reservation number: 61195

Contact: Andreas, Utö Värdshus, Receptionen, 08-504 20 300, receptionen@utovardshus.se; www.utovardshus.se

DELEUZE CAMP  SCHEDULE

DAY ONE: Rethinking Institutional and Disciplinary Formations

Departing Stockholm for Utö by Waxholm Ferry on Monday 22 June morning at: 8.45am (please be present at the ferry stop in front of the Grand Hotel, Stockholm Strömkajen by 8.30 at the latest). The ferry stop on Utö is: Gruvbryggan

13.30-14.30 Hélène Frichot and Catharina Gabrielsson, Introduction to the Transversalities of the Deleuze Camp 2015

15.00-17.00 Gary Genosko, How to Build an Institution-Part 1

Readings

-Felix Guattari, ‘Transversality’, Molecular Revolution (English trans. 1984), pp. 11-24 or ‘La transversalité’, Psychanalyse et transversalité (1972), pp. 72-85.

-Gary Genosko, ‘The Formation of a Young Militant’ (CH 1) and ‘Transversality and Politics’ (CH 2), in Félix Guattari: A Critical Introduction (2009), pp. 26-68.

17.30 A guide to the history of the island of Utö

19.00 Grillbuffé at Seglarbaren provided for all delegates and participants

DAY TWO: Environmental Disciplining

7.30-8.30 Breakfast at Utö Vardhus

9.00-12.00 Adrian Parr, Kafka collective enunciation workshop performance

readings

-Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, Kafka: Toward a Minor Literature, trans. Dana Polan, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1986. (participants requested to bring copy of this book in their mother tongue)

12.00-13.00 Lunch provided

13.00-16.00 Julieanna Preston, new materialism workshop-lecture

Readings

-Elizabeth Grosz, Bergson, Deleuze and the Becoming of Unbecoming, in Parallax, 11:2, 2006, pp. 4-13.

16.30-17.30 Group discussion led by Adrian Parr and Julieanna Preston, with guest artist Julie Rrap

Delegates and participants responsible for their own dinner

DAY THREE: Pedagogical Practices and Habits

7.30-8.30 Breakfast at Utö Vardhus

9.00-12.00 Mindy Blaise and Anna Hickey Moody, Pedagogical lectures and workshops

12.00-13.00 Lunch provided for all delegates and participants

13.00-14.30 Mindy Blaise and Anna Hickey Moody, Pedagogical lectures and workshops, continued

Readings

-Gilles Deleuze, Spinoza: A Practical Philosophy, trans. Robert Hurley, San Francisco: City Lights.

-Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, ‘Percept, Affect, Concept’ in What is Philosophy?, New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 163-199.

-Donna Haraway, ‘Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspectives’, in Feminist Studies, pp. 575-599.

15.00-17.00 Gary Genosko, How to Build an Institution-Part 2 (skateboard workshop)

Delegates and participants responsible for their own dinner

DAY FOUR: New Material Practices and A Life

7.30-8.30 Breakfast at Utö Vardhus

9.00 – 12.00 Andrej Radman and Marc Boumeester, What If: From Formal Logic to Material Inference

12.00-13.00 Lunch provided

13.00-15.00 Andrej Radman and Marc Boumeester, What If, collective presentations following morning workshop

Readings

-Radman and Boumeester Lecture and Workshop Instructions

-Gilles Deleuze, ‘Spinoza and the Three ‘Ethics’ in Essays Critical and Clinical, trans. Daniel W. Smith and Michael A. Greco (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, [1993] 1997), pp. 138-151.

-James J. Gibson, ‘The Discovery of the Occluding Edge and Its Implications for Perception’ in The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception (New York and London: Taylor & Francis, [1986] 2015), pp. 180-192 (72-78).

-Sanford Kwinter, ‘Neuroecology: Toward a Synthesis’ in Warren Neidich, ed, The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism, Part Two, Berlin: Archive Books, 2014.

15.30-17.00 Tool Jewellery Weapon workshop

Delegates and participants responsible for their own dinner

DAY FIVE: Creating Disciplinary Consistency

7.30-8.30 Breakfast at Utö Vardhus

9.00-12.00 Daniel. W Smith, A Deleuzian Theory of Technologies: Writing as a Technology

The reading preparation for this seminar includes: Gilbert Simondon’s “On the Mode of Existence of Technical Objects” (1958); and André Leroi-Gourhan, ‘Gesture and Speech’ (1964), both of which exerted a strong influence on Deleuze. For background, read the short introduction to Simondon’s book (pp. 1-5). If you have more time, you might peruse chapter 8 of Leroi-Gourhan, “Gesture and Program (pp. 237-255).

12.00-13.00 Lunch provided

15.00-17.00 Plenary – Reflections on the Deleuze Camp: Mindy Blaise; Marc Boumeester; Gary Genosko; Anna Hickey Moody; Adrian Parr; Julieanna Preston; Andrej Radman; Daniel W. Smith. Convened by Hélène Frichot and Catharina Gabrielsson

17.00-17.30 Daniela Angelucci, Introduction to Deleuze Studies event in Rome

19.00 Final self-organised BBQ: Delegates and participants bring along contributions to a final BBQ. Organisers will supply special treats. PLEASE NOTE: if you want alcohol for this event, you need to order it at the Utö ICA (local supermarket X days in advance).

Saturday 27 June: Departure from Utö

7.30-8.30 Breakfast at Utö Vardhus

RETURN to STOCKHOLM by ferry at 15.30

If you need to return to Stockholm earlier from Utö, please check google maps travel suggestions, as there is also a ferry leaving in front of the Utö Vardhus (the ferry stop is called Gruvbryggan) that takes you to Årsta Brygga, and then by bus to the pendaltorg (commuter train) into Stockholm central.

 

 

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